English and Anglophone Literatures

Research in the area of English Literature and Anglophone Literatures deals with authors, poetics, themes, genres/forms, and media in the history of British literature and culture with a period-coverage ranging from the Renaissance to the present day, as well as in the field of Anglophone literatures and cultures and Postcolonial Studies. The variety of the explored subject areas is rich (besides the staff’s projects, see research interests on individual webpages). Among the privileged research fields: the Renaissance, Shakespeare and the Caroline theatre; English early-modern literature and culture; the Restoration theatre; the aesthetic thought of the Eighteenth century; Victorian, Modernist, Postmodernist, Post-human literature and culture; Scottish literature; literatures and cultures of the Australian, African, and Caribbean areas. The theoretical and methodological approaches are definitely plural, often interweaved in group research projects, and include textual (philological, stylistic-rhetorical) and historico-contextual studies, culturalist studies, interdisciplinary studies, comparative studies, performative and transmedial studies.
Antonio Arnieri
PhD student
Chiara Battisti
Associate Professor
Yvonne Bezrucka
Full Professor
Silvia Bigliazzi
Full Professor
Lisanna Calvi
Assistant Professor
Daniela Carpi
Research Assistants
Sidia Fiorato
Associate Professor
Annalisa Pes
Associate Professor
Angelo Righetti
Research Assistants
Carla Sassi
Associate Professor
Susanna Zinato
Associate Professor
Research interests
Topic People Description
1830-1880 standard compliant  BSO
luoghi e identità Yvonne Bezrucka
ARTS standard compliant  BSO
Early Modern English Theatre Silvia Bigliazzi
English Renaissance drama, from the Elizabethan to the Caroline age, with a focus upon textual transmission and the cultural and performative traditions within the European context.
Crime standard compliant  BSO
Contemporary detective fiction Sidia Fiorato
In contemporary English literature, detective fiction develops according to two main trends which lead to a renewed expression of the founding tenets of the genre: the legal thriller, which posits at the centre of the investigation a specific aspect of the legal system of the society under consideration, and a psychoanalytic approach to criminality which underlines the dualism between the detective and the criminal. Numerous contemporary novels present a fusion between the two trends thus opening new perspectives on the social and individual investigation.
Critical Theory & Poetics standard compliant  BSO
Law and the Body Chiara Battisti
Yvonne Bezrucka
Daniela Carpi
Sidia Fiorato
The body is the focus of the social, legal, and cultural imagination and the privileged metaphor for specific cultural discourses and political practices. The Renaissance literature particularly echoes these topics.
Ecocriticism and British Literature/culture Chiara Battisti
Carla Sassi
Ecocriticism deals with the ecological approach to literary studies. It aims at bringing a transformation of literary studies by linking literary criticism and theory with the ecological issues at large. Ecocriticism is directly concerned with both nature (natural landscape) and the environment (landscape both natural and urban)as described in literary texts .
Equity: literary and juridical intersections Chiara Battisti
Yvonne Bezrucka
Daniela Carpi
Sidia Fiorato
Carla Sassi
Equity is a protean concept that covers the fields of law, philosophy of law, and morality. In the history of human ideas the problem of equity has been inseparable from that of justice. This theme is re-echoed throughout English literature in particular in Shakespeare's plays.
Estetica e letteratura Yvonne Bezrucka
English Literature and Anglophone Literatures Susanna Zinato
Starting from a diacronic view respectful of the phenomenology of literary history (in which to safely place the analysis of the specifics of the literary language of the texts being studied) and of the contextual (i.e.cultural, philosophical, political) dynamics underlying its production, the general area of competence of Susanna Zinato is English Literature (including English Theatre) and Anglophone Literature (South African literature,in particular). Among her privileged subject areas: V. Woolf’s late-modernist fiction, the Restoration theatre, rhetoric and libertine culture in early-modern England, the stylistics and rhetoric of the roman fou, madness in postcolonial anglophone literature, comparative readings of Italian and anglophone texts, the translation of Nabokov’s lectures on Russian literature, shame in postcolonial Anglophone literature. Authors privileged in her research: V. Woolf, John Vanbrugh,J. Wilmot earl of Rochester, Janet Frame, Bessie Head, J.M. Coetzee. Her strongly hermeneutical and textual approach relies on the tools provided by rhetoric and literary theory,as well as by Postcolonial Theory when dealing with postcolonial literatures.
Postcolonial literature Annalisa Pes
Postcolonial theories and studies
Madness in postcolonial fiction in English Annalisa Pes
Susanna Zinato
A study of the postcolonial narrative in English having madness as its thematic core. When perceived through the experience of madness, the alienation and psychopathology always entailed in the the ideology and practice of colonialism is magnified and charged with a destabilizing force of questioning that lays bare political, as well as existential and moral, urgencies
Rhetoric and libertinism in the theatre and culture of Restoration England Susanna Zinato
A study of the links between rhetoric, theatre, and libertine culture in England,in the second half of the seventeenth century.
Shame in colonial and postcolonial literature in English Annalisa Pes
Angelo Righetti
Susanna Zinato
A study of a the theme of shame that, due to the in-human staged in the colonial theatre and perpetrated till nowadays in new versions after decolonization, has been running through decades of colonial/postcolonial literature in English.The study, which avails itself of contributions from international scholars,involves reflections both on 'white' shame, i.e. the shame of the masters/colonizers and their 'tainted' descendants,as well of the shame of the colonized, originating in the power politics exerted on their bodies and minds. The relationship between shame and literary writing is a parallel theme that demands reflection. No need to underline the urgency of this theme, as witnessed every day by the refugees and asylum-seekers running for their bare lives to Europe- a 'boomerang invasion'.
Walter Scott's Historical Novel Carla Sassi
Walter Scott's approach to history and its narrativisation, his re-invention of national identities (Scottish and British), his 'new historicist' stance, his impact on the shaping a the literary genre in Britain and beyond.
Cultural Studies and Mentalities standard compliant  BSO
corpo e tecnologia Yvonne Bezrucka
Diaspora studies Carla Sassi
Diaspora is a complex concept that foregrounds different meanings and applications. It focuses on migrants’ cross-border connections and flows, as well as on the establishment of social and symbolic ties. It challenges essentialist views of identity, foregrounding ideas of community that are fluid and constantly re-negotiated. Literature is a powerful vehicle for the representation of diasporic experiences. Diasporic narratives (novel, autobiographical writings), located at different points of space and time, grounded in a day-to-day experiences of diaspora, have the ability to relationally construct other places and other times.
Jacobite culture Lisanna Calvi
Jacobite culture and literature in Britain; the political and devotional writings of James II Stuart.
Literature and Fashion studies Chiara Battisti
The methodological approach of "Literature and fashion studies" analyses fashion’s mythic dimension and suggests that fashion is a language in itself. The methodological tools offered by fashion studies will be applied to the analysis of different novels in order to explore the impact and meaning of fashion in past and contemporary culture, and to investigate how fashion’s mythologies are constructed and disseminated through fictional texts. It will also examine how fashion, as a form of fiction, can be said to constitute a “power technology”: fashion can consort with hegemonic norms as a regulating force that can incite conformity, but sometimes resistance as well.
Memory Studies Carla Sassi
Concerned with the social, cultural and political shifts determining how, what and why individuals, communities and societies remember and/or forget.
Postcolonial theory Carla Sassi
A body of thought concerned with the political, aesthetic, economic, and social impact of European empires between the 18th and the 20th century, and how this has or should have re-shaped our understanding of local/global connections.
regionalismo critico Yvonne Bezrucka
Slavery studies Carla Sassi
Focused on providing a deeper understanding of slavery and post-slavery in any period and any geographical region. An interdisciplinary field intersecting with other field of academic inquiry, such as diaspora studies, globalization, and minority studies.
Cultural Studies: Colonialism/Colonial Discourse standard compliant  BSO
Caribbean Scottish Relations Carla Sassi
A remapping of colonial history focused on the often paradoxical complexity of relations determined by imperial power. It accounts for the "difference" that separates Scotland from the Caribbean — what sets “Blackness” apart from “Scottishness”, but it also brings these two geopolitical areas and ethnic groups together. The inquiry results in a multi-vocal discourse that deconstructs national narratives, unveils colonial inscriptions, and releases the creolised images and words that demand full citizenship in the representation of the Circum-Atlantic.
Colonial literature Annalisa Pes
Study of colonial literature in English, especially as related to the construction of colonial discourse and to the representation of Otherness.
Historiography and Literature Carla Sassi
Film Studies standard compliant  BSO
Literary Ecocriticism Yvonne Bezrucka
Literary Ecocriticism examines the way literary texts embody ecological concerns in order to pursue an ecological awareness and to envisage ecologically conscious societies, societies that are sustainable, viable and ecologically minded
Filmic adaptations and novels Chiara Battisti
This approach places strong emphasis on the process of adaptation of literary texts to filmic format, with particular attention to the ways in which narrative is rendered. The literary analysis of the texts is integrated with a critical visual analysis in order to explore how the formal properties of texts can be applied to and transformed into new visual formats.
Geographical-Cultural Areas: Scotland standard compliant  BSO
Post-Union Scottish Literature Carla Sassi
Scottish literature between 1707 and the present day, its specific developments (in terms of language, themes, style), it complex dialogue with the Centre, its collusion with British imperialism in the imperial age, its "devolution" from "English literature" in the 20th and 21st century.
Historical period codes: 1880-1918 standard compliant  BSO
Modernism and nationalism Carla Sassi
Exploring the intersections between Modernism — a transnational movement by definition — and nationalisms in the early 20th century, it aims at identifying forms of "vernacular cosmopolitanism".
Historical period codes: 1918-1960 standard compliant  BSO
Scottish Literary Renaissance (1920-50) Carla Sassi
The first wave of the so-called Scottish Literary Renaissance, a movement that aimed at reevaluating and re-inventing the Scottish literary "tradition" between and in in the aftermath of the World Wars, as a vernacular expression of Modernism.
Literature (General): Comparative literature standard compliant  BSO
Classical and Early Modern Theatre: intersections Silvia Bigliazzi
The reinterpretation of Greek and Latin models in European Renaissance theatre, with a focus on English drama.
Languages of literature: between New Formalism and Philosophy and Performance Silvia Bigliazzi
New critical tendencies after post-structuralism and cultural studies: from New Formalism to Philosophy and Performance.
Intersections between naratology and semiotics of theatre Silvia Bigliazzi
The relation between narratives and dramatic dialogues, written report and performed action: narratological and semiotic approaches.
Diegetic and mimetic intertextuality in Renaissance Europe Silvia Bigliazzi
The narrative transmission and circulation of theatergrams from Europe to England in the Renaissance.
Australian Literature Annalisa Pes
Research in the field of Australian literature include: studies on the short story, studies on women's writing, studies on Patrick White.
Renaissance sonnet-writing and metaphysical poetry Silvia Bigliazzi
English poetry between the end of the fifteenth century and the early seventeenth century, with special regard to the sonnet within its European context, and to John Donne's experimental poetry.
Translation for the theatre Silvia Bigliazzi
Translation studies applied to theatre.
Voco-visuality and interart studies Silvia Bigliazzi
The relation between the arts in the Renaissance and in Anglo-American modernism.
Religious works standard compliant  BSO
Early Modern Autobiography and Madness Lisanna Calvi
The relationship between autobiography and madness in early modern Protestant culture, with regard to the notions of religious melancholy and 'affliction of conscience' in seventeenth-century English autobiographical writings, conversion narratives and diaries, also in the light of the dawning tradition of spiritual autobiography.
Science Fiction / Literature & Science standard compliant  BSO
Bioethics, Biolaw and Literature Chiara Battisti
Yvonne Bezrucka
Daniela Carpi
Sidia Fiorato
Bioethics and biolaw are two philosophical approaches that address social tensions and conflicts caused by emerging bioscientific and biomedical research and their application. Literature deals with this topics especially in contemporary production.
Darwin e la letteratura Yvonne Bezrucka
Literature and medicine Chiara Battisti
Daniela Carpi
Sidia Fiorato
The interdisciplinary study of literature and medicine highlights the constant dialogue between literature and society. What is the importance of literature to the field of medicine? The most relevant aspect in this study is the possibility of a cultural interpretation of medicine that examines how literature can contribute both to the philosophy of medicine and to medical practice.
Shakespeare standard compliant  BSO
Shakespearean philology and textual criticism Silvia Bigliazzi
Textual criticism with special regard to Shakespeare's good and bad quartos.
Shakespeare and Sound Antonio Arnieri
L'attività di ricerca ha una natura interdisciplinare e combina elementi degli studi shakespeariani con elementi dei sound studies. All'interno di questo campo di ricerca rientra anche il rapporto tra Shakespeare e Musica largamente esplorato dalla critica letteraria.
Shakespeare and the law Chiara Battisti
Yvonne Bezrucka
Daniela Carpi
Sidia Fiorato
There is a flourishing production on Shakespeare featuring legal problems in the last twenty years. The Law and Literature movement, born in the United States, has given rise to an endelss re-interpretation of Shakespearean texts according to the many legal elements he discusses about.
Shakespeare in 19th-century Italy Lisanna Calvi
Shakespeare on the Italian nineteenth-century stage, with special regards to Ernesto Rossi's roles and performances.
Shakespeare in the twentieth century Silvia Bigliazzi
Shakespeare's reception and appropriation in the twentieth century.
Stylistics standard compliant  BSO
The stylistics and rhetoric of the postcolonial roman fou (J. Frame, B. Head) Susanna Zinato
Study of the postcolonial roman fou in English, namely from New-Zealand (Janet Frame) and from South Africa (Bessie Head) through the tools provided by stylistcs and rhetoric, with a strong attention to the cultural-political-historical contexts evoked by the texts under analysis.
Theatre standard compliant  BSO
The concept of power in the Renaissance Chiara Battisti
Yvonne Bezrucka
Daniela Carpi
Sidia Fiorato
The link between words and images is at the basis of the semiotic texture of any culture. This theory can be explored by analyzing the connection between legal words and images in the representation of power in the Renaissance.
Restoration Tragic Theatre Lisanna Calvi
Restoration tragedy and early eighteenth-century tragedy (John Dryden, Thomas Otway, Nathaniel Lee, Nicholas Rowe), with special regard to the representation of kingship. Shakespearean adaptations.
Literature and the Performing Arts Sidia Fiorato
The relationship between literature and the performing arts underlines is one of complementarity and interprets literary texts according to a multimodal perspective. The contemporary period presents original adaptations in this sense and creates a fruitful dialogue between these two artistic expressions that enriches the critical perspective on the cultural works under consideration.
Visual Arts & Image Studies standard compliant  BSO
Iconology of the law in Literature Chiara Battisti
Yvonne Bezrucka
Daniela Carpi
Sidia Fiorato
The project investigates the link between law, literature and the image. It aims to explore how the study of law and literature can be enhanced by a critical study of iconology.
Literature and the Visual Arts Chiara Battisti
Yvonne Bezrucka
Daniela Carpi
Sidia Fiorato
The study of literature and visual arts is linked to the deep connection between words and images, telling and seeing. The visual aspects of literature, as well as the mutual illuminations of the two expressive modes, are related to the rhetorical and stylistic choices of authors.
Literature and dance Sidia Fiorato
Literature and dance are two different artistic expression which differentiate themselves through their expressine medium, but which often enter into an interdisciplinary dialogue and establish a fruitful complementarity in their interpretation and revision of literary tradition. In particular, the ballets based on the Shakespearean texts represent original adaptations which create the atmosphere and introduce the main issues of the epoch.
retorica visuale Yvonne Bezrucka
Gruppi di ricerca
Name Description URL
Law and Literature perspectives Questo gruppo di ricerca si occupa dell'analisi interdisciplinare del rapporto tra diritto e letteratura www.aidel.it
Projects
Title Managers Sponsors Starting date Duration (months)
18th-c., 19th-c., 20th-c., 21st-c. Literature and Cultural Texts Yvonne Bezrucka 4/3/20 90
Aesthetics and Literature Yvonne Bezrucka 4/1/20 90
Body Politics and Policies, Identity Politics and Policies, human rights, body & self-fashioning aesthetics, ethnicity, sex, gender, class and age discrimination Yvonne Bezrucka 4/1/20 90
Darwinism and Literature Yvonne Bezrucka 4/1/20 90
Fears and the Media Yvonne Bezrucka 4/1/20 90
Identity Politics and Geopolitical use of Space metaphors, Invented Geographies, Aesthetics and Cultural Regionalisms (various) Yvonne Bezrucka 4/1/20 90
Anglophone Migration Literature/Letteratura anglofona della migrazione Susanna Zinato, Annalisa Pes 1/1/20 48
Environmental Humanities Environmental Fiction, Ecocriticism, Climate Crisis, Olocene, Anthropocene, and Cli-Fi Yvonne Bezrucka 1/1/20 90
Scene retoriche nell'Inghilterra del secondo Seicento Susanna Zinato 12/15/19 48
Fashion Studies in English Literature Chiara Battisti 12/1/19 48
Perform/Ability Chiara Battisti, Silvia Bigliazzi 10/1/19 48
PRIN 2017: Classical Receptions in Early Modern English Drama Silvia Bigliazzi 5/1/19 36
Fairy Tales and the Medical Humanities Sidia Fiorato 1/1/19 36
ISS - Intercultural Shakespeare Studies Silvia Bigliazzi 1/1/19 60
Medical Humanities and English Literature Chiara Battisti 1/1/19 48
SCS - Shakespeare's Classical Sources Silvia Bigliazzi 6/1/18 60
SENS: Shakespeare’s Narrative Sources: Italian novellas and their European dissemination. Silvia Bigliazzi 6/1/18 60
CLASSED: CLAssical and Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-century English Drama: Reception and Source Study Silvia Bigliazzi, Gherardo Ugolini 1/1/18 48
“Le Digital Humanities per l’insegnamento della letteratura inglese” Chiara Battisti MIUR 1/1/18 60
Progetto di eccellenza: Le Digital Humanities applicate alle lingue e letterature straniere Paolo Frassi MIUR 1/1/18 60
Shakespeare in Italy Silvia Bigliazzi 1/1/18 60
Classical and Early Modern Intersections: Sophocles and Shakespeare Guido Avezzu', Silvia Bigliazzi 10/1/17 12
Dopo la mostruosità. Dal canone all’anti-canone. Daniela Carpi, Chiara Battisti, Sidia Fiorato, Valentina Adami 3/1/17 48
Beyond postmodernism Daniela Carpi, Chiara Battisti, Sidia Fiorato, Valentina Adami 1/1/17 48
Shakespeare in performance Silvia Bigliazzi 1/1/17 48
“Copied from the age”. The Use of Rape on the Eighteenth-Century Stage Lisanna Calvi 10/1/16 6
Staging Shakespeare's Bodies Sidia Fiorato 10/1/16 36
Shame in colonial and postcolonial literature in English Susanna Zinato, Annalisa Pes 6/15/16 30
Kingship, Tyranny, and Power Guido Avezzu', Silvia Bigliazzi 6/1/16 36
Scenario: Entertainment and Literature 1910-1930 Rita Severi F.U.R. - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 1/1/16 36
Italian Landscapes Rita Severi 11/1/15 36
The representation of madness by Australian women writers Annalisa Pes 10/1/15 24
Post-Union Scottish literature: issues of canon formation, identity and belonging Carla Sassi 8/2/15 36
Patrick White and the Mediterranean Annalisa Pes 2/15/15 24
‘All things changed to the contrary’. Comic-Tragic Contiguities in the Verona Plays. Silvia Bigliazzi FUR - Bigliazzi - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 1/1/15 24
Classical Models in Early Modern Theatre. Silvia Bigliazzi FUR - Bigliazzi - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 1/1/15 48
Raccontare la guerra. I modi della letteratura Annalisa Pes 1/1/15 12
Shakespeare and the law Daniela Carpi, Chiara Battisti, Sidia Fiorato 1/1/15 60
Shakespeare on the nineteenth-century Italian stage Lisanna Calvi FUR Calvi - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 1/1/15 48
The early modern book: textual and digital philology Silvia Bigliazzi 1/1/15 48
U. von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff, "What is an Attic tragedy?" Lisanna Calvi, Stefan Rabanus, Gherardo Ugolini FUR - Calvi - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 1/1/15 12
Colonialismi/postcolonialismi: incroci di sguardi Susanna Zinato 10/1/14 38
Fables of the Law Daniela Carpi, Chiara Battisti, Sidia Fiorato 9/30/14 48
Food as Culture Daniela Carpi, Chiara Battisti, Sidia Fiorato 5/1/14 48
Bioetica e Biodiritto nella letteratura e cultura inglese Daniela Carpi 1/1/14 60
Critica, letteratura e traduttologia Silvia Bigliazzi 1/1/14 60
Lezioni di critica: tradurre Nabokov Susanna Zinato 1/1/14 54
Shakespeare and Crisis. An Italian Narrative. Silvia Bigliazzi FUR - Bigliazzi - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 1/1/14 60
Shakespeare: Authorship, Quartos and the Canon Silvia Bigliazzi FUR - Bigliazzi - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 1/1/14 48
Marginal genre/marginal gender: Australian women writers and the short story Annalisa Pes 7/1/13 18
‘Over the water’: giacobitismo e giacobiti alla corte di St-Germain-en-Laye Lisanna Calvi 5/1/13 6
Diritto e religione nella letteratura inglese Daniela Carpi 1/23/13 36
Law and Literature in Diaspora Studies Daniela Carpi 1/23/13 60
Crisis and reconciliation in Romeo and Juliet Silvia Bigliazzi 1/1/13 12
Shakespeare a Muse for Europe?: Renaissance / Reformation, Revolution / Romanticism and War Silvia Bigliazzi 1/1/13 48
Il Piacere del Male. Le rappresentazioni letterarie di un’antinomia morale Silvia Bigliazzi 10/1/12 26
Retorica e ideologia del paradosso nel Rinascimento inglese Silvia Bigliazzi 10/1/12 56
Glocalizing Scottish studies: defining new paradigms and methodologies Carla Sassi FONDO EX 60% - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 8/1/12 36
Follia e autobiografia nell’Inghilterra del Seicento Lisanna Calvi 6/1/12 12
Corpo, identità e potere nella letteratura e cultura inglese Sidia Fiorato 3/1/12 36
Percorsi Intertestuali Susanna Zinato, Annalisa Pes 1/1/12 24
Rappresentazioni del potere in diritto e letteratura Daniela Carpi 1/1/12 60
Madness in postcolonial fiction in English Susanna Zinato, Annalisa Pes 6/1/11 20
Le immagini del diritto nella letteratura inglese e nelle arti Daniela Carpi PRIN VALUTATO POSITIVAMENTE 5/26/11 60
Potere sul corpo e corpo del potere nella letteratura e cultura anglofona Chiara Battisti 6PQ VALUTATO POSITIVAMENTE, MIUR - FIRB 12/22/10 48
Malattia e cura nel Cinque-Seicento inglese: intersezioni discorsive e testuali. Silvia Bigliazzi Fondazione Cariverona 12/1/10 12
La traduzione teatrale Paola Ambrosi, Peter Erwin Kofler, Silvia Bigliazzi 9/30/10 36
Letteratura e danza: dal testo alla coreografia Sidia Fiorato 5/24/10 48
Letteratura e fashion studies Chiara Battisti 5/24/10 24
Prospettive legali nel teatro elisabettiano Daniela Carpi 5/24/10 48
Shakespeare e la legge Daniela Carpi 5/24/10 36
“Is there a ‘literary’ text in this class?”. Letteratura, cultura ed ermeneutica nell’anglistica contemporanea. Silvia Bigliazzi 6PQ VALUTATO POSITIVAMENTE 1/27/10 24
Medicina e bioetica nella letteratura inglese contemporanea Daniela Carpi Fondazione Cariverona 1/1/10 12
Scotland and Science Fiction Carla Sassi 1/1/10 6
Translation in Performance Paola Ambrosi, Peter Erwin Kofler, Silvia Bigliazzi FONDO EX 60% - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 1/1/10 48
Bioetica, biodiritto e letteratura Daniela Carpi MIUR - PRIN 5/24/09 36
Il concetto di potere nel Rinascimento Daniela Carpi 5/24/09 24
Il concetto di persona legale in letteratura inglese e diritto Daniela Carpi MIUR - PRIN 2/13/09 24
The construction of modernity and Restoration drama: tradition and experiment Susanna Zinato 1/1/09 20
"Equità": intersezioni letterarie e legali Daniela Carpi 5/24/08 36
Caribbean-Scottish Passages: representations of colonial relations in Scottish literature Carla Sassi Enti vari 2/1/08 6
Bioetica e biodiritto nella letteratura inglese Daniela Carpi MIUR - PRIN 10/30/07 24
Letteratura e arti visive Daniela Carpi 5/24/07 48
Auto/Biography in English 1680-2000 Angelo Righetti 7/1/06 18
La short story australiana al femminile tra Otto e Novecento Annalisa Pes Fondo EX 60% (2005) La short story australiana al femminile tra Otto e Novecento - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 10/1/05 12
Lo spazio autobiografico nella letteratura coloniale e post-coloniale del Novecento: Australia, Nuova Zelanda, Sud Africa, Carabi. Angelo Righetti Fondo EX 60% (2005) Lo spazio autobiografico nella letteratura coloniale e post-coloniale del Novecento: Australia, Nuova Zelanda, Sud Africa, Carabi. - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 10/1/05 24
Reading/Mis-reading Jane Eyre dal testo al film Chiara Battisti 10/1/05 12
Reading/Mis-reading Jane Eyre dal testo al film (continuazione, anno 2005) Chiara Battisti Fondo EX 60% (2005) Reading/Mis-reading Jane Eyre dal testo al film (continuazione, anno 2005) - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 10/1/05 12
Giornate particolari: il genere diaristico Bianca Grazia Tarozzi Fondo EX 60% (2005) Giornate particolari: il genere diaristico - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 9/1/05 24
James Leslie Mitchell/”Lewis Grassic Gibbon”: a modernist from the margins (continuazione, anno 2005) Carla Sassi Fondo EX 60% (2005) James Leslie Mitchell/”Lewis Grassic Gibbon”: a modernist from the margins (continuazione, anno 2005) - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 5/1/05 12
Fra Legge ed Equità: il concetto di equità nella legge e nella letteratura inglese (2005) Daniela Carpi Ministero dell'Istruzione dell'Università e della Ricerca, MIUR - PRIN 1/1/05 24
Analisi del concetto di Equità in ambito letterario e legale Daniela Carpi Fondo EX 60% (2004) Analisi del concetto di Equità in ambito letterario e legale - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 10/1/04 12
La short story australiana "al femminile" tra Otto e Novecento (1845-1944) (continuazione, anno 2004) Annalisa Pes Fondo EX 60% (2004) La short story australiana "al femminile" tra Otto e Novecento (1845-1944) (continuazione, anno 2004) - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 10/1/04 12
Oltre il "social realism": il racconto australiano dagli anni Trenta agli anni Settanta del Novecento, fra tradizione lawsoniana, innovazione e sperimentalismo Angelo Righetti Fondo EX 60% (2004) Oltre il "social realism": il racconto australiano dagli anni Trenta agli anni Settanta del Novecento, fra tradizione lawsoniana, innovazione e sperimentalismo - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 10/1/04 12
James Leslie Mitchell/”Lewis Grassic Gibbon”: a modernist from the margins Carla Sassi Fondo EX 60% (2004) James Leslie Mitchell/”Lewis Grassic Gibbon”: a modernist from the margins - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 5/1/04 24
Robert Musil e Josef Nadler: confronto e scontro sulla "Nationalliteratur" Bianca Cetti Marinoni Fondo EX 60% (2004) Robert Musil e Josef Nadler: confronto e scontro sulla "Nationalliteratur" - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 2/1/04 36
For a Re-vision of the Scottish Renaissance/Scottish Modernism Carla Sassi EX 60% - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 1/1/04 24
Theory and practice of the short story: Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific Angelo Righetti 1/1/04 18
La short story australiana "al femminile" tra Otto e Novecento (1845-1944) Annalisa Pes Annalisa Pes - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 10/1/03 12
Oltre il "social realism": il racconto australiano dagli anni Trenta agli anni Settanta del Novecento, fra tradizione lawsoniana e sperimentalismo Angelo Righetti Angelo Righetti - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 10/1/03 24
L'influsso di Platone sulla letteratura inglese del XX secolo - Mary Renault e la letteratura della contrapposizione platonica fra oralità e scrittura Daniela Carpi Daniela Carpi - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 9/1/03 18
Allegoria, simbolo e mito in Novalis. Massimo Salgaro Monti Claudia ex60% - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 7/3/02 48
Appropriazione estetico-culturale delle culture "altre" Yvonne Bezrucka Yvonne Bezrucka - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 6/30/02 24
Il contratto retorico del libertino: un'analisi di stile nella commedia di John Vanbrugh Susanna Zinato Susanna Zinato - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 6/30/02 36
Il diritto patrimoniale nel Rinascimento inglese: il problema dei passaggi di proprietà nella "city comedies" di Thomas Middleton Daniela Carpi Daniela Carpi - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 6/30/02 24
La narrativa breve di Vance Palmer: 1915-1934 Angelo Righetti Angelo Righetti - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 6/30/02 12
"Unsettled and unsettling identities": una rilettura della tradizione letteraria scozzese dal 1707 ad oggi Carla Sassi Carla Sassi - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 6/30/02 10
THE LANGUAGE OF ITALIAN LAWS ON INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION FROM CULTURE-SPECIFIC TO INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION (continuazione, anno 2002) Roberta Facchinetti Fondo EX 60% (2004) THE LANGUAGE OF ITALIAN LAWS ON INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION FROM CULTURE-SPECIFIC TO INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION (continuazione, anno 2002) - assegnato e gestito dal Dipartimento 6/1/02 24

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